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  • Primary Source [IMLS newsletter]

    "The IMLS newsletter, Primary Source, sent monthly via e-mail, explores how museums and libraries across the country use IMLS awards to further their service to the public." For past issues, please visit: http://www.imls.gov/whatsnew/new_imls.htm#ps

  • Directory of Historical Resources

    Du site W3 : "History Database is the only computer database program created specifically for historical research, writing and cataloging. It combines computer database management with historical research practices and with library, archival, and museum cataloging standards to make the process of cataloging or note-taking faster and easier, and to protect your long term investment in the information collected."

  • Lost in gallery space: A conceptual framework for analyzing the usability flaws of museum Web sites

    "This article reports on a study which used results from 119 scenario–based evaluations of 36 museum Web sites to develop a conceptual framework for analyzing the usability flaws of museum Web sites. It identifies 15 unique dimensions, grouped into five categories, that exemplify usability problems common to many museum Web sites. Each dimension is discussed in detail, and typical examples are provided, based on actual usability flaws observed during the evaluations. The availability of this conceptual framework will help the designers of museum Web sites improve the overall usability of museum Web sites in general."

  • Visual Resources Association (VRA)

    Du site W3 : "The international organization of image media professionals."

  • Copyright Reform in Canada: Domestic Cultural Policy Objectives and the Challenge of Technological Convergence

    Canada's Copyright Act, unchanged since 1921, has been overtaken by new technologies. This has created ambiguities and uncertainties and has, in some cases, left Canadian copyright owners with less protection or compensation than would be available to them in other countries which have more modern copyright laws.-Hon. Michael Wilson, Minister of Finance (1984).

  • Good Practice Guide for Developers of Cultural Heritage Web Services

    This guidebook provides advice on standards and best practices to organisations involved in the development of cultural heritage Web services. The content of the guidebook is based on the advice provided by the NOF-digitise Technical Advisory Service (and others) to projects funded by the NOF-digitise programme.

  • Aide-mémoire pour la création de contenu vidéo 

    Apprenez à créer des vidéos (scénario en images, plans de production et de contenu, formats, etc.) et à utiliser des plateformes vidéo de façon intégrée à votre site ou comme canal de diffusion.

  • VRA-L (VRA Listserv)

    Du site W3 : "The international organization of image media professionals."

  • Movable Cultural Property Program

    Le Programme des biens culturels mobiliers soutient la préservation du patrimoine artistique, historique et scientifique du Canada grâce à la Loi sur l'exportation et l'importation de biens culturels. Les dispositions de la Loi visent à garantir que les biens culturels d'intérêt exceptionnel et d'importance nationale demeurent au Canada en :
    - désignant des organisations canadiennes pour préserver les biens culturels et les rendre accessibles au grand public;
    - offrant des incitatifs fiscaux qui encouragent les Canadiens à donner ou à vendre des biens culturels importants aux organisations désignées;
    - accordant des subventions pour l'achat de biens culturels;
    - réglementant l'exportation de biens culturels;
    - réglementant l'importation de biens culturels.

  • Thirteen Ways of Looking at...Digital Preservation

    The focus of digital preservation has shifted away from the need to take immediate action to "rescue" threatened materials, and toward the realization that perpetuating digital materials over the long-term involves the observance of careful digital asset management practices diffused throughout the information lifecycle. This in turn requires us to look at digital preservation not just as a mechanism for ensuring bit sequences created today are renderable tomorrow, but as a process operating in concert with the full range of services supporting digital information environments, as well as the overarching economic, legal, and social contexts. In short, we must look at digital preservation in many different ways.